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Anne Brel Cloutier

Annick Davignon

Natalie Fletcher

Carolina Martinez

Rachel Wallace



Adrian Darwent

Carlo Darwent

Alina Lu

Victoria Nobmann

David Ounis

Juan David Parra Lamprea

Samuel Taylor de Leon

Yi Xin Zhao

Elena Zhou



Kayla McKelvey

Claire Warmels



Tanya Evanson

Dominique Ferraton

Kat Kavanagh

Musée des Beaux-Arts



Sam Chaaya

Ermine Paronyan



Technological adventures! Aventures technologiques!

What should count as technology? Is technology always good? Do we need it or is it sometimes just a luxury? During a tech-savvy camp session, our philosophical zinesters dove into all things technological, examining important questions relating to the devices we create to help us live, from humane robots to scientific innovations. Through technical creative forms ranging from photography to soundscapes, stop motion to application design, they explored the whimsical and serious sides of our relationship with technology!


En quoi la technologie devrait-elle consister? Est-elle toujours bénifique? En avons nous besoin ou est-ce qu’elle représente parfois un luxe? Au cours d’une session technophile, nos zinesters philosophiques ont plongé dans le monde de la technologie, examinant des questions importantes liées aux machines que nous créons pour mieux vivre, des robots humains en passant par les innovations scientifiques. Grâce à des formes créatives techniques allant de la photographie aux paysages sonores, le stop-motion à la conception d’applications, ils ont exploré les dimensions fantaisistes et sérieuses de notre relation avec la technologie!